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The SYNERGY™ Stent : complete revascularisation solutions in complex PCI

Tuesday 16 May 2017 | 17:15-18:45 | Room 342A

Chairpersons: A. Banning, F.J. Neuman

Attend this session if you want:

  • To discuss the potential benefits of bioabsorbable polymer DES in high-bleeding risk patients
  • To understand how PCI guidance can optimise coronary procedures
  • To learn how the SYNERGY stent is being used in complex patient subsets

Unable to attend?

  • 17:15   Session objectives - F.J. Neumann
  • 17:20   Case 1: PCI in high-bleeding risk patients: device and pharmacotherapy considerations - G.G. Stefanini
  • 17:30   Discussion and audience interaction
  • 17:36   Optimal imaging in bifurcation lesions - R. Byrne
  • 17:46   Discussion and audience interaction
  • 17:52   Case 3: the importance of physiological assessment in multivessel disease - J. Escaned
  • 18:02   Discussion and audience interaction
  • 18:08   Case 4: SYNERGY and the hybrid approach in CTO PCI - S. Walsh
  • 18:18   Discussion and audience interaction
  • 18:24   Case 5: left main PCI with the SYNERGY stent - M. Lesiak
  • 18:34   Discussion and audience interaction
  • 18:40   Session evaluation and key learnings - A. Banning

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The LOTUS™ Valve : expanding treatment options in real-world practice

Wednesday 17 May 2017 | 13:35-14:35 | Room 341

Chairpersons: T. Feldman, L. Sondergaard
Discussant:
T. Walther

Attend this session if you want:

  • To understand the current LOTUS Valve clinical evidence and latest clinical data
  • To learn how paravalvular leak can be minimised despite anatomical complexities
  • To discuss real-world experience with the LOTUS Valve System

Unable to attend?

  • 13:35   Session objectives - T. Feldman
  • 13:39   The latest clinical evidence from the LOTUS programme - D. Mylotte
  • 13:47   Discussion and audience interaction
  • 13:52   How advanced control reduces paravalvular leak in my clinical practice   - D. Tchétché
  • 14:00   Discussion and audience interaction
  • 14:05   My experience with LOTUS Valve in all comers - M. Götberg
  • 14:13   Discussion and audience interaction
  • 14:18   My experience with LOTUS Valve and other TAVI devices  - J.M. Sinning
  • 14:26   Discussion and audience interaction
  • 14:31   Session evaluation and key learnings - L. Sondergaard

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Complex patients with multivessel disease - From triage of patient to treatment: the future is now

Sponsored by Boston Scientific and GE Healthcare TNT 

Wednesday 17 May 2017 | 12:30-14:30 | Room Maillot

Chairpersons: M. Gilard, K.G. Oldroyd
Panellists:
 D. Andreini, P. Garot, P.W. Serruys

Attend this session if you want:

To understand how CTA and Syntax III score could impact the decision making between surgery and PCI

To understand how to select and execute the optimal techniques for percutaneous revascularisation of complex left main and multivessel disease

To understand how to accurately plan the LAA closure intervention from a CT scanner and how to improve safety, and reduce procedure time and contrast media with image fusion

  • 12:30   Session objectives - K.G. Oldroyd
  • 12:35   Complex PCI/CABG: decision-making based on conventional or multi-slice Computed Tomography Angiography: SYNTAX III Revolution
  • 12:35   SYNTAX III methodology - P.W. Serruys
  • 12:42   Clinical case 1: SYNTAX III
  • 12:57   Clinical case 2: SYNTAX III
  • 13:12   Debrief - P.W. Serruys
  • 13:15   Enhanced angiographic guidance to facilitate complex PCI in a patient with left main and multivessel disease
  • 13:15   Recorded case from Golden Jubilee National Hospital - Glasgow, United Kingdom - K.G. Oldroyd
  • 13:50   LAA closure procedure: multi-modality approach from device selection to implantation
  • 13:50   Recorded case from Institut Cardiovasculaire Paris Sud - Massy, France - P. Garot
  • 14:25   Session evaluation and key learnings - M. Gilard

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Contemporary management of calcified multivessel disease

Wednesday 17 May 2017 | 16:30-18:00 | Room Bordeaux

Chairpersons: D. Carrié, K.G. Oldroyd

Attend this session if you want:

To understand how IVUS can assess plaque morphology in calcified lesions

To learn how to achieve optimal outcomes with rotational atherectomy

To recognise the role of coronary physiological assessment in multivessel disease

  • 13:35   Session objectives - B. Prendergast
  • 13:40   Case 1 - Bicuspid aortic valve: the importance of imaging for accurate sizing - N. Van Mieghem
  • 13:48   Discussion and audience interaction
  • 13:57   Case 2 - Role of imaging in complex LAA closure anatomies - S. Gafoor
  • 14:05   Discussion and audience interaction
  • 14:14   Case 3 - LAA closure implantation: utilising imaging technologies to avoid device interaction with the mitral valve - T. Schmitz
  • 14:22   Discussion and audience interaction
  • 14:31   Session evaluation and key learnings - S. Windecker

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Innovating imaging for structural heart interventions

Sponsored by Boston Scientific and Siemens Healthineers 

Thursday 18 May 2017 | 13:35-14:35 | Room 241

Chairpersons: B. Prendergast, S. Windecker

Attend this session if you want: 

To understand the benefits of advanced imaging techniques in complex structural heart interventions

To recognise how imaging and valve selection can minimise paravalvular leak

To learn how imaging can improve accuracy of LAA closure procedures

  • 13:35   Session objectives - B. Prendergast
  • 13:40   Case 1 - Bicuspid aortic valve: the importance of imaging for accurate sizing - N. Van Mieghem
  • 13:48   Discussion and audience interaction
  • 13:57   Case 2 - Role of imaging in complex LAA closure anatomies - S. Gafoor
  • 14:05   Discussion and audience interaction
  • 14:14   Case 3 - LAA closure implantation: utilising imaging technologies to avoid device interaction with the mitral valve - T. Schmitz
  • 14:22   Discussion and audience interaction
  • 14:31   Session evaluation and key learnings - S. Windecker

 

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Training Village in Collaboration with GE Healthcare

Physician Trainer: L. Ihlberg

Attend this session if you want:

To understand, measure and anticipate the potential difficulties ahead of the case at the planning phase

To understand how to use CT fusion imaging and to guide the intervention

To experience how to implant the Lotus Valve on virtual reality

  • 12:00   Physician introduction and clinical case review
  • 12:30   Hands-on: sizing with Valve ASSIST 2 and Virtual Reality Lotus simulator

Tuesday 16 May | 12:00-13:00 | Experience virtual reality and sizing for TAVI

Physician Trainer: G. Sardella

Attend this session if you want:

To understand why rotablation is an essential tool to treat heavily calcified coronary lesions

To be familiar with the current rotational atherectomy technique and recommendations

To learn about the latest clinical data and improve hands-on skills

  • 13:00   Physician introduction and clinical case review
  • 13:30   Wet Heart Model hands-on using Rotablator

Tuesday 16 May | 13:00-14:00 | When to use rotablator as primary optimal strategy in heavily calcified lesion

Sponsored by GE Healthcare in collaboration with Medis Medical Imaging Systems

Attend this session if you want:

To learn how MEDIS image-based FFR can be used in physiology measurement in the cathlab

To evaluate the accuracy of image-based FFR vs. gold standard wire-based FFR

To understand how this technique integrates in routine workflow

  • 14:30   Physician's QFR introduction and experience sharing
  • 15:00   Hands-on on MEDIS workstation

Tuesday 16 May | 14:30-15:30 | The role of imaging in physiology measurement in the cathlab

Physician Trainer: R. Garbo

Attend this session if you want:

To understand antegrade CTO techniques from wire escalation to dissection reentry

To learn how step-by-step and practically during CTOs you can optimise your clinical outcome and dose

  • 16:00   Physician introduction and clinical case review
  • 16:30   Hands-on: bench and wire model

Tuesday 16 May | 16:00-17:00 | CTO for all: simulator experience and best practices in dose management

Physician Trainer: M. Spaziano

Attend this session if you want:

To understand how to accurately plan the LAA closure intervention from a CT scanner, including device sizing and determine optimal zone for the transeptal puncture

To understand how to improve safety, and reduce procedure time and contrast media with image fusion

  • 09:00   Physician introduction and clinical case review
  • 09:30   Hands-on on AW workstation with VALVE ASSIST 2 and Watchman device

Wednesday 17 May | 9:00-10:00 & 16:00-17:00 | LAA closure procedure planning and device positioning with advanced imaging

Physician Trainer: S. Watkins

Attend this session if you want:

To understand how IVUS can be used for left main bifurcation

To learn how advanced Stent Enhancement can be routinely used to guide stent placement

To learn about challenges in distal left main bifurcation PCI and the impact of stent design on the outcomes

  • 10:30   Workshop with interactive clinical cases discussion

Wednesday 17 May | 13:35-14:35 | Complex PCI guidance

Physician Trainer: G. Richardt

Attend this session if you want:

To understand why rotablation is an essential tool to treat heavily calcified coronary lesions

To be familiar with the current rotational atherectomy technique and recommendations

To learn about the latest clinical data and improve hands-on skills

  • 14:30   Physician introduction and clinical case review
  • 15:00   Wet Heart Model hands-on using Rotablator

Wednesday 17 May | 14:30-15:30 | When to use rotablator as primary optimal strategy in heavily calcified lesion

Physician Trainer: J. Strange

Attend this session if you want:

To have an advanced understanding how FFR helps decision making providing guidance on best treatment option

To learn about SYNERGY48mm: a state of the art option for the treatment of long diffused lesions

To gain expertise on Comet Wire and the new Direct-to-hemo technology

  • 10:30   Physician introduction and clinical case review
  • 11:00   Hands-on Comet wire and Direct-to-hemo

Thursday 18 May | 10:30-11:30 | Technique in multivessel disease - FFR as key for decision making

Physician Trainer: R. Garbo

Attend this session if you want:

To understand antegrade CTO techniques from wire escalation to dissection reentry

To learn how step-by-step and practically during CTOs you can optimize your clinical outcome and dose

  • 09:00   Physician introduction and clinical case review
  • 09:30   Hands-on: bench and wire model

Thursday 18 May | 09:00-10:00 | CTO for all: simulator experience and best practices in dose management

Sponsored by GE Healthcare in collaboration with Medis Medical Imaging Systems

Attend this session if you want:

To learn how MEDIS image-based FFR can be used in physiology measurement in the cathlab

To evaluate the accuracy of image-based FFR vs. gold standard wire-based FFR

To understand how this technique integrates in routine workflow

  • 13:00   Physician's QFR introduction and experience sharing
  • 13:30   Hands-on on MEDIS workstation

Thursday 18 May | 13:00-14:00 | The role of imaging in physiology measurement in the cathlab

Physician Trainer: S. Watkins

Attend this session if you want:

To understand how IVUS can be used for left main bifurcation

To learn how advanced Stent Enhancement can be routinely used to guide stent placement

To learn about challenges in distal left main bifurcation PCI and the impact of stent design on the outcomes

  • 12:00   Workshop with interactive clinical cases discussion

 

Thursday 18 May | 13:35-14:35 | Complex PCI guidance

Physician Trainer: L. Ihlberg

Attend this session if you want:

To understand, measure and anticipate the potential difficulties ahead of the case at the planning phase

To understand how to use CT fusion imaging and to guide the intervention

To experience how to implant the Lotus Valve on virtual reality

  • 14:30   Physician introduction and clinical case review
  • 15:00   Hands-on: sizing with Valve ASSIST 2 and Virtual Reality Lotus simulator

Thursday 18 May | 14:30-15:30 | Experience virtual reality and sizing for TAVI

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